Young Blue Jackets Player Pulls off the Legendary Michigan Goal

Published March 24, 2023 at 9:27 PM
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The Michigan is an awe-inspiring move where the puck is flipped onto the blade of a player's stick during a wrap-around manoeuvre, causing it to pop over the goalie's shoulder and into the net. Though it is feasible to execute this manoeuvre consistently during a practice if rehearsed enough, it is exceedingly rare for someone to do it during a game. However, a young Blue Jackets player made it happen.

Kent Pulls Off the Michigan!

During a match between the Blue Jackets and the Islanders, Kent Johnson broke the 2-2 tie at the end of the second period by scoring with the Michigan.

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Pulling off such a spectacular move is impressive, but it is even more impressive to achieve it on the anniversary of the first-ever Michigan goal, a feat that Johnson can proudly claim to have accomplished.

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